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hola como estas

Posted: Tue Jan 20, 2004 7:31 pm
by MARTIN
SOY DE CULIACAN, SINALOA EN MEXICO. ESTUDIO LA LICENCIATURA EN BIOLOGIA Y TRATO DE REALIZAR UN TRABAJO DE INVESTIGACION SOBRE UN MOJARRA QUE SE ENCUENTRA EN EL RIO CULIACAN.
HE PENSADO QUE TAL VES SE TRATE DE LA SP OREOCHROMIS NILOTICUS.
TALVES TENGAS ALGUNA DESCRIPCION DE LA SPP O UN TRABAJO SOBRE ESTA ZONA.
MI CORREO ES GENGISKHAN7@MEJICO.COM

Posted: Thu Jan 22, 2004 9:10 pm
by Lisachromis
Just so the English speaking public understands this message. A basic translation follows:

I am from Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico. I am studying for a bachelor's degree in Biology and want to make a research work on a cichlid that lives in Rio Culiacan.

I have been thinking it may be O. niloticus. Maybe you have a description of this species or research on this area, my e-mail is GENGISKHAN7@MEJICO.COM

I hope that helps

Hola que tal

Posted: Tue Apr 13, 2004 11:21 am
by Marco Arroyo
Estimado Martin, antes que nada dejame decirte que somos paisanos ya que soy originario de Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Que suente la tampora, pum pum. Al respecto de tu investigación referente al Oreochromis niloticus, o mejor conocida como tilapia del nilo, esta como de seguro ya lo sabes es originaria de Africa, aunque ya es parte de nuestra fauna a nivel nacional por las excelentes condiciones que proveen nuestros sistemas de agua, se puede decir que es 98% probable que la tilapia a que haces referencia sea la misma a la cual das su nombre cientifico, por lo demas dejame decirte que en internet existen grandes fuentes de informacion al respecto o puedes acudir a la biblioteca de tu facultad donde seguro encontras mas datos, de todas maneras si hay algo en lo que te pueda servir con mucho gusto no dudes en preguntar

Atentamente

Marco Antonio Arroyo

http://www.ciclidos.com.mx

Tilapia in Mexico and anywhere else where they don't belong

Posted: Wed Nov 24, 2004 5:26 pm
by Willy
:x :shock: :cry:
Hola,como estas de Olanda.
Yo hablar mas a Anglais,estes mas bien por los otros personas a la paginas aqui.
It is really to bad to hear every time about species of animals that livi in country's and habitats where they shouldn't live.
I know it is very important to make sure that the native people have enough foodsurplies.
But what is often forgotten is,that this new introduced species will kill a lot of native species of fish in this case.
I can not even give a list of countries,in which are foreign species are introduced for one or the other reason,it is really a shame and to bad!!!
Only one example would be the foxes,introduced in Australia to wipe out the rabbits and rats that were introduced for hunting and unvoluntarely with ships(rats).
Now the foxes are killing the native animals,who have no response to this new predator who kills the more easy pickings of course.
One other example is the Nile Perch(very big growing and agressive cichlid)that was introduced to the Lake Victoria in eastern Africa.
This eating machine has probably wiped out 90% of the original species in this lake(mostly cichlids)that wre not even properly discoverd!!!
It would be better that some people put some energy in the problems how to get this kind of problems out of the natural systems,and restore the mistake that some people were making before,agree???
But i wish you luck with your study,it is not your mistake,but i hope you will take this issue into your study.
Best wishes,Willy Bijker,Holland,whbijker@hotmail.com

Posted: Wed Nov 24, 2004 9:25 pm
by Lisachromis
One other example is the Nile Perch(very big growing and agressive cichlid)that was introduced to the Lake Victoria in eastern Africa.
Just to clarify.. the Nile Perch is not a cichlid. It comes from the Centropomidae (Snooks) family, not Cichlidae (Cichlids).


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Nile perch

Posted: Thu Nov 25, 2004 9:24 pm
by Willy
i am shy,i really always thought this fish was a cichlid to,thank you for waking me up.
But....the damage it couses stays.....
Willy